The Brown family has been having a hard time after the sudden and tragic death of the head, Billy Brown. The incident has affected every family member deeply, as they still feel remorse over his passing. The Discovery show, Alaskan Bush People, is about a different family who lives away from civilization. Consisting of seven kids and their mother, the Brown fam is grieving over Billy’s death. The effects can be vividly seen in the drowning mental health of his daughters. It deeply impacted Bird Brown and also pushed her into depression. Turns out, she is not the only one. Keep reading to know more.
Alaskan Bush People: Rain Opens Up About Her Mental Health
The death of a parent ripples every child, and is indecisive of the effects on them. One’s ability to handle loss also varies, bringing down Billy Brown’s death’s effect on two siblings. Bird Brown is surely one of them, as she was diagnosed with depression post her father’s death. The sorrow of the sudden loss also engulfed the youngest child, Rain’s mental health. The recent Alaskan Bush People episode disclosed Rain’s drowning mental health comes after the siblings’ trip to Alaska.
Alaskan Bush People alum Rain Brown accompanied her sister, Bird, to Alaska over a health issue. The latter had developed two tumors that required immediate removal. Moreover, the trip was expected to be a distraction for them. As it turned out, Bird had to either opt for a complete hysterectomy or live with the possibility of growing a cancerous tumor. In all of this, Rain Brown was by her sister’s side and took complete care of her.
Rain ensured Bird did not indulge in a lot of movement and helped her throughout. When Rain revealed to her sister Bird that she was talking about her father, issues started to show up. Rain added that she was also passing on her father’s message to Bird. This was when Bird realized that Rain needed professional help to sort out her issues. It made Bird realize that her sister was acting differently and that she needed urgent help. Rain was a part of the season finale of Alaskan Bush People Season 14.
Alaskan Bush People: What Next For Rain Brown Now?
Noah Brown has struggled to find a new home for his family. It was Billy Brown’s wish for his daughters, Rain, and Bird, to grow up in the same household as Noah. Hence, they will be living with their brother. As the siblings set for Alaska, Rain took charge of the boat. Among the siblings, the Alaskan Bush People fame, Rain Brown, is the best captain. It came hard as it was the first time she would sail a boat without her father, Billy Brown. Rain Brown’s struggle to cope with the family patriarch’s death was visible.
Rain Brown broke down several times, especially after reaching Mossman Island. It was where they had grown up, which made Rain emotional, and she missed her father. Rain’s confession of speaking to her late father, Billy Brown, shocked her sister, Bird. Even Bird could relate to the situation as she has been undergoing much since their father passed away. Thankfully, Rain agreed to seek professional help, and we hope she gets better. For more news updates, stay tuned to TV Season & Spoilers.